sorry sooooooo excited---i'm getting not one---but Two Sun Conures.
they arriving this weekend. Ann a wonderful women, is going to bring them to me, to help them settle in. says they will have a hard time as it is, being with a new family and environment. she is giving me the cage too,so they feel safe in their cage. the were bred by her own pet birds and she helped feed them. She has sent a pic of her holding one with mum and dad sitting on her shoulder. cute! if i can work how to put on pics, will post them.
thanks Karen, "how did u know my eye-sight is getting bad in my old age? he! he! ;D well they arrived on Sunday night and were at first a little frightened, as there were many new faces for them to get use to. and they were shouting loudly at the dog.
Ann gave me a tent to hang in their cage, but even before i could get it up properly they were snuggling up in it.lol
today they have been out and have took instantly to my hubby and daughter, myself included and have been giving us lots of kisses.
Hi. Since I got your last message a few weeks after you took over the care of my babies I have wondered what became of them. I was shocked that your family were making it so difficult for you to keep them but as I explained to you it was impossible for me to take them back as they had been attacking their parents and you knew that this was the only reason I let them go in the first place. I would love to be reassured that either you managed to reconcile your family to Jolly and Minime or that you managed to find them a kind and more permanent home. Hope all is well with you - and the babies (one way or another). Kindest regards, Annie W
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